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Existing rules for U.S. nuclear reactor safety are insufficient for minimizing the risk of a meltdown caused by an outside event, a new report says.
A U.N. agency said it requires more money to keep Iran's disputed nuclear program under tightened surveillance for four extra months, Reuters reports.
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July 25, 2014 | Clara Ritger | Nuclear Nonproliferation, Arms Control, Disarmament
It's not usually hard to get lawmakers to agree to tough language on Iran, particularly when AIPAC is on board.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is scheduled to travel to New Mexico in August to discuss efforts to reopen a shuttered atomic waste dump there.
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Scientists now believe cat litter was not the only material responsible for an underground nuclear-waste leak, the Santa Fe New Mexican reports.
July 24, 2014 | Nuclear
The top diplomats from India and Pakistan are slated to hold peace talks in Islamabad next month, Agence France-Presse reports.
Quote of the Day
Sean Kaufman, a biosafety expert, regarding the former head of a U.S. biodefense office who, after a botched lab procedure sparked fears that researchers were exposed to live anthrax, was transferred and later resigned.
He's a scapegoat and everybody knows that.